Maag Reduction reaches milestone of producing 1,000th pulverizer

April 22, 2021
The company also celebrates the fact that its first pulverizer is still in operation.

The Maag Group announced that on April 15, Maag Reduction Inc. shipped its 1,000th pulverizer.

The Kent, Ohio-based company began making pulverizers in 1994, and was doing business as Reduction Engineering Scheer Inc. when it was acquired by Maag in 2015.

“While we are celebrating the installation of our 1,000th pulverizer, the No. 1 unit from 1994 is still in production with more than 175,000 production hours,” said Rommel Mayer-Rodriguez, GM of Maag Reduction, Inc. “While we continue to innovate to improve the pulverizing process and reduce costs for our customers, we still focus on the reliability and performance that began with unit No. 1.”

Maag said that demand for pulverizers increased during the pandemic, and the Kent facility has added employees. Pulverizers create polymer powders with a highly defined particle size, and the resulting powders are commonly used in rotomolding.

“This milestone is a great achievement for our Maag Reduction team,” said Martin Baumann, VP Maag Americas. “This is a testament to the quality and value our pulverizers have brought to the hundreds of satisfied customers. ... Our team is committed to the product and eagerly looking forward to building the next thousand.” 

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